Assessment in Action

Mark Verbitsky: Assessment of Student Learning (COVID-19)

April 03, 2020
Assessment of Student Learning in Remote Teaching and Learning Contexts Focusing on More Formative Assessments

By Mark Verbitsky, Assistant Professor of Teaching Political Science

Q. How have you reconsidered your course-level assessment plans in light of the remote teaching and learning context?

Dig Deeper - Framework for Inquiry (Quick Start)

March 03, 2020
Dig Deeper - Curious about Student Learning? Questions to Get You Started

The following questions reflect a utilization-focused approach to inquiry. We believe that all successful projects begin with questions. Have a look! What other questions do you ask? Tell us.

2020 Student Learning Outcomes Symposium Postponed

May 22, 2019
2020 Student Learning Outcomes Symposium Annual event postponed due to COVID-19

The Student Learning Outcomes Symposium, which was scheduled to take place on May 22 will be postponed due to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s statewide stay-at-home order, which currently extends until May 1.  


2019 Learning Outcomes Inventory

April 28, 2019

On behalf of the campus Accreditation Liaison Officer, we are currently gathering information about how UC Davis programs assess student learning outcomes as part of our 2019 Mid-Cycle Review with WSCUC. The questions provided to undergraduate program chairs and vice-chairs are linked here: 2019-Condensed-UGQs.pdf. (Similar questions were distributed to graduate program representatives.)

2019 WSCUC ARC Special Interest Group

April 10, 2019
2019 WSCUC Academic Resource Conference: Special Interest Group (Research-intensive institutions)

Slide deck (pdf) -- includes photos of posters and references.

Let us know if you have questions! 

Getting Curious about Teaching (link)

January 09, 2019
2019 is the Year of Reflective Teaching at UC Davis!

To support faculty in getting curious about their teaching, the Center for Educational Effectiveness (CEE) is giving away journals in which to capture insights about teaching.